UNIONDALE, N.Y. | For some circus fans Saturday, it was a chance to say goodbye to beloved childhood memories. For others, it was a bucket list fulfillment. Lions, tigers and clowns, no more. Oh my. It’s curtains for the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. This weekend, the most famous American circus ends its […]
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced his decision Friday, about a week after lawmakers concluded their annual session with modest advancements on road funding, energy and health care. He had warned them not to make any vacation plans for May.
“This was a question of justice,” Gov. John Hickenlooper told an afternoon news conference, noting that 98 of the 100 members of the state Assembly had backed a motion calling for Rene Lima-Marin’s pardon. “This was a pretty clear example of someone who’s done all the work necessary to earn a second chance.”
Joel Mary Felix, 37, was at a friend’s house Oct. 21, 2014, where prosecutors said she had been drinking alcohol and smoking crack for several hours. Prosecutors said Felix started yelling and waving a gun on the front porch when, with no provocation, she shot a 36-year-old man who was in a nearby driveway.
“This defendant has engaged in long-term patent fraud and has taken no outward steps that he will respect the law going forward,” Arapahoe District Judge Kurt Horton said. “Securities fraud is a serious crime and can cause great personal and societal harm. … A correction sentence is appropriate.”
On Day 120 of the 2017 session, the Democrat-led House sent a signature bill that spares rural hospitals drastic budget cuts and provides $1.8 billion for transportation to Gov. John Hickenlooper, who’s expected to sign it
In an era when ballparks are constantly trying to add new features and attractions, spicing up the menu can be an easy way to enhance the experience for spectators, like the Apple Pie Nachos at the Rockies Coors Field.
The Gazette reports Gustavo Torres-Gonzalez pleaded guilty to first-degree murder Thursday. Torres-Gonzalez has agreed to serve the mandatory sentence of life without parole by doing so.
The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Friday that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration had come to the house from Denver. It is located across from Winds Elementary.
Jeanette Vizguerra left the First Unitarian Church near the state Capitol surrounded by her children and supporters. Speaking to the crowd while holding her daughter’s hand, she said she is happy to be with her family for Mother’s Day but sad that Ingrid Encalada Latorre is still living in a Quaker meeting house in Denver because she’s facing removal from the United States